COVID-19 put a damper on a proper Events Center groundbreaking, but we couldn’t start construction without at least a symbolic event. Join us live on Thursday, July 9th at 11:00 am here The pavement will break outside on the parking lot nearest the marquee on Continue Reading
Welcome to South Lake Tahoe!
Where you’ll find Lake Tahoe, the largest alpine Lake in North America; deep and wide, bluer than blue and surrounded by the majestic Sierra Nevada Mountains.
It's easy to go on, but check out these webcams for views words can’t even describe. It’s an alpine paradise, for sure, a winter wonderland November through April then gorgeous mountain spring, summer, and fall after that, with an average 300 days of sunshine each and every year.
Here in South Lake Tahoe, you can soak up that spectacular scenery up with a gigantic helping of things to do year-round, including winter sports and water sports, blackjack and bike trails, family fun and nightlife, all with a unique, Tahoe spin.
Month Full of Activities During Heavenly Holidays in South Lake Tahoe
Photo of community tree at Heavenly Village. Photo by STN SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. - The popular Heavenly Holidays has returned to the Heavenly Village in South Lake Tahoe. This family-friendly event runs until December 31. The community tree was lit Continue Reading
‘Twas the Night Before Christmas Heavenly Holidays
'Twas the Night Before Christmas at Heavenly Holidays Family Festival in the Heavenly Village. On December 30, 2018 at 7:00 pm, watch a compilation of holiday dance numbers, followed by Forever Dance’s rendition of the holiday classic, “‘ Twas the Night Before Christmas,” Continue Reading
Halloween in South Lake Tahoe
From trick-or-treating with the kids to adults-only costumed entertainment, no other holiday lets you indulge your inner devil (or clown, princess, robot...) quite like Halloween. Celebrate Halloween in South Lake Tahoe at any number of family-friendly (or downright Continue Reading
Winter is coming, but what should the Lake Tahoe basin expect?
It's crazy season for the snow-minded. Skiers and boarders want to know how much powder they can plan on slaying this winter and those who would rather see snow dumps measured in inches instead of feet are bracing for what may — or may not — be headed to the Lake Tahoe Continue Reading